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Kami Minor
Chris Cook, Manager in the Tax Advisory Services Department, in front of Anglin office.
By: Christopher D. Cook, CPA The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) allocated $45.6 billion to the IRS specifically for tax enforcement activities that would include hiring more enforcement agents, providing legal support and investing in “investigative technology.” That is an enforcement funding increase of 69% relative to prior projections, according to the Congressional Research Service. While...
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December 2023 — Anglin Reichmann Armstrong, P.C. announces the promotions of managers Christopher D. Cook, CPA, and Dustin M. Schaefer, CPA, to Partner, effective January 1, 2023. Schaefer leads the tax advisory services department at Anglin, serving closely held businesses and high-net-worth individuals with industry focus on government contracting, real estate, manufacturing, and professional services....
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Anglin Reichmann Armstrong developed ten serve-day groups across the Huntsville and Pensacola communities this December. The not-for-profit organizations that we served were: 305 8th Street, North Alabama Food Bank, Village of promise, Lincoln Village, Huntsville Drumline, Manna House, Greater Huntsville Humane Society Thrift Store, Kids to Love, First Stop Homeless, and the Pensacola Humane Society....
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By Michelle Jenkins Labor shortages and the desires of employees for a more balanced life are opening the door, now more than ever, for fully remote work options. This can potentially lead to a team of multi-state workers. When working with remote or multi-state workers, government contractors may need to segment cost pool allocations differently...
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In late October, our Pensacola Team moved from our office on Avery Street to our new office in the heart of downtown Pensacola on W. Government Street. Our new office features approximately 15,000 square feet, triple the office space we had before, with multiple large conference rooms, including a training room, full kitchen, breakroom, and...
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As another tumultuous year draws to a close, both individuals and small business owners are advised to assess their current tax situation with an eye on maximizing available tax breaks and avoiding potential tax pitfalls. Planning should be based on the latest laws of the land. Just look at the significant legislation enacted in recent...
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During the pandemic, due to much uncertainty about the future, business owners held on to their businesses. Would their industry fare well? Would there be a great shift in technology as a result, and would they have the bandwidth to keep up? By early 2022, M&As found their foothold and a lot of businesses have...
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By Meg Hampton Financial statement auditors don’t make business decisions for clients, nor do they take any part in accounting processes or procedures. It’s not even their primary goal to test internal controls. Their job is to assess risk. In the process of conducting audit and assurance work, your audit team will gain knowledge about...
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An owner retaining a building after the sale is a very common practice we see in M&A transactions. This can be a source of cash flow after selling the business. In this video, Ryan Campbell, CPA, CGMA, CVA, Partner in Charge for our Pensacola office, talks about the valuation process, including cash flow adjustments and...
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“What Am I Walking Away With?” When selling a company, a determination needs to be made about whether it will be an asset sale or stock sale transaction. In this video, Andrew Labosier, CPA, CVA,   explains the differences between these two options so you can determine which one is right for you. The team at...
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